Nicole is a senior manager of retail operations at The Kroger Co. She has worked for The Kroger Co. for nearly 18 years, growing up in Northern Kentucky and starting with the company as a bagger in high school. After attending the University of Kentucky to earn her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management she moved to Indianapolis, IN to advance her career with Kroger in management. There she completed her Master’s in Business in Administration and soon found herself moving back to Northern Kentucky after five years to work at the corporate offices in Cincinnati. Upon moving back, she married her husband, Steve, whom she met in fourth grade. They have been married for nearly seven years and have two children Ally and Jason. They are very active in sports and in the communities. Nicole is honored to serve as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank.
Eric is Partner & Vice President of Rik Saylor Financial, a wealth management firm in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has served as a Financial Advisor since 2008. His focus is on individual families and small business owners. He and his wife, Autumn, currently reside in West Chester, Ohio with their twin girls Veda and Nora, who they welcomed to the world in 2016. Eric received his BBA with a double major in Finance & Real Estate from the University of Cincinnati. Eric is also a proud board member for Angelman Syndrome Foundation trying to bring awareness and research to Angelman Syndrome. He also co-chairs the “Pick Your Charity” golf outing each year to help out a different local charity, which started back in 2007. Eric feels Sweet Cheeks is making a big difference in our local community but has only scratched the surface. As a board member he is looking forward to continuing to push the organization even further.
A native of the greater Cincinnati area, Susan is passionate about caring for under-served populations. She works at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she cares for children with pulmonary hypertension and the lung transplant program. Susan participated in the United Way BOLD program in the spring of 2016 where she learned about Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. She quickly realized the amazing work that was being done at Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, and is thrilled to be involved with this organization. In her free time, Susan enjoys travel and spending time with family.
Cindy is a patent attorney at Dinsmore & Shohl, where she works with Fortune 500 companies and individual inventors alike to protect their intellectual property rights. After she and her husband Wyatt had their daughter Sasha, Cindy learned of the diaper need in Cincinnati and Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, and she knew she wanted to get involved. Cindy brings several years of Board experience to the Board of Directors, where she serves as the Chair.
Angela Penick attended high school in the Cincinnati area, and subsequently obtained a Bachelor’s of Science from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. After working as a writer, Ms. Penick returned to school to obtain her Juris Doctorate from Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law. Ms. Penick is a wife, mother to one set of sweet cheeks, as well as one four-legged family member. Ms. Penick’s passion is to see the world and she has visited each continent except Australia and Antarctica. They are on the list.
Ms. Penick is admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio, as well as Federal Courts in the Southern District of Ohio. When Ms. Penick is not practicing law, she enjoys devoting her time to non-profit organizations that work to improve our world locally and globally. Ms. Penick is a proud member of the Executive Board for the Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, a Cincinnati-based non-profit group that is committed to bringing awareness and resolution to the issue of diaper need.
In addition to Sweet Cheeks, Ms. Penick is also proud to be a member of the Executive Board for the Village Life Outreach Project, a Cincinnati-based non-profit group that works toward uniting communities to promote Life, Health and Education in impoverished villages of rural Tanzania, East Africa. You can learn more about this organization at villagelifeoutreachproject.
Ms. Penick also utilizes her law license to assist in local court pro bono clinics.
Paul Vanderbosch, CPA
Paul was born in New York (Queens but hates the Yankees), grew up in Maryland (home of the Orioles and the original and best Colts) and moved to Cincinnati in 1988.
Married for 40 years, Paul’s two children are 30 and 33 and gone from the nest. He and his wife Donna live in New Richmond on the Ohio (about 10 miles from the Anderson Town Center on US Route 52 east from Cincinnati), having moved there from Anderson Township in 2004.
He graduated with a B.S. in English from Towson University and attended Loyola College (Maryland) at night and earned a certificate in Accounting. He passed the CPA exam in 1976 and currently has active CPA permits in Ohio and Kentucky. Earlier in his career, Paul was a management consultant with the international consulting firm Booz|Allen|Hamilton and was a Manager with Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) in Atlanta, Jacksonville (FL) and Cincinnati.
In addition to working as a healthcare consultant, Paul also worked in hospitals as Business Manager, Controller and VP Finance. He also worked in ministry in the Church for 12 years as Business Manager and Pastoral Associate Administration. He earned a Certificate in Lay Pastoral Ministry from the Athenaeum of Ohio, the Roman Catholic seminary in Mt. Washington.
Paul’s CPA firm works with owner-managed businesses and individuals to help them keep more of what they make and stay out of trouble with the IRS. He previously served on the Boards of Pregnancy Center East and A Caring Place. He is a member of the New Richmond on the Ohio Village Council. Paul joined the Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank Board in 2016.